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Bella Pro Convection Toaster Oven + Air Fryer w/ Dehydrator/Rotisserie Settings EXPIRED

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Best Buy has Bella Pro 4-Slice Convection Toaster Oven + Air Fryer w/ Dehydrator & Rotisserie Settings (Stainless Steel) on sale for $59.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free curbside pickup is available where stock permits.

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Product Functions:
  • Air fry
  • 10" Pizza
  • Dehydrate
  • Bake
  • Reheat
  • Roast
  • Broil
  • Keep Warm
  • Rotisserie
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Just a heads up, shipping goes in and out for me. Ordered store pickup last night then checked this morning it allowed me to change it shipping instead. Enjoy

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Same here!
We have this one also, was thinking of trying the conventional setting for pizza?
Makes nachos yummy
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Couldn't bake the frozen pizza in this one. The toppings were burning and the crust was not cooked. Any ideas how to do it correctly?
Try a lower temp with foil on top first and hit it with 400 for 5 to 10 at the end
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Try a lower temp with foil on top first and hit it with 400 for 5 to 10 at the end
Thanks, will give it a try!
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Set an in stock alert for the $50 gourmia ... https://www.walmart.com/ip/Gourmi.../271818921
MUCH better than this.
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I have this and is good.. No need to flip
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Just got one. Thanks
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Couldn't bake the frozen pizza in this one. The toppings were burning and the crust was not cooked. Any ideas how to do it correctly?
I have the Bella toaster oven/air fryer. I always turn the convection fan off if I do frozen pizza for that exact reason. Things have a tendency to cook WAY too fast. Typically to convert from oven to air fryer, they say reduce time AND temperature by about 20%.

I love my appliance but the Bella company is ass. Took them 3 weeks just to reply and then never replied again after that. Good luck getting service if ya need it.
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i can use to do fries without use oil?. sorry dumb question. idk about this.
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i can use to do fries without use oil?. sorry dumb question. idk about this.
Yes, you don't need oil for fries. I have one from Gourmier and it's best use case is frozen fries. If you're cooking anything from scratch, it's a hit or miss. But fries always come out great.
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I wish this was large enough for a 12 in pizza.
6 inch is good fit
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6 inch is good fit
Yeah this days it can fit a 10 inch.
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https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0895...FSXP53DZRE

I guess I wait for something like this on sale. Can fit 12 pizza and Google integration. Doesn't seem much now, but if there is a way to ask how much time left would be good.
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i can use to do fries without use oil?. sorry dumb question. idk about this.
Quote from varisp :
Yes, you don't need oil for fries. I have one from Gourmier and it's best use case is frozen fries. If you're cooking anything from scratch, it's a hit or miss. But fries always come out great.
Anything frozen cooks easy.

As far as scratch, you need to coat them in little bit of oil and them go till they brown then flip.

Anyone have a basket attachment for this so we don't have to flip in between cooking? Confused
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Thanks we have an air fryer with multiple shelves but it doesn't toast. And it sucks having that and a toaster on the counter that only does one thing. Was going to look into this as it says toaster. But thanks to your comment I'll pass
it does make toast, it just doesn't have a toast preset. My recipe again: put one of the perforated pans in the topmost position, directly under the heating element, to suppress the airflow a bit (otherwise bread may blow around). Then put the other pan in a low position and tent pairs of bread slices on it, 400 degrees at 5 mins for light toast
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it does make toast, it just doesn't have a toast preset. My recipe again: put one of the perforated pans in the topmost position, directly under the heating element, to suppress the airflow a bit (otherwise bread may blow around). Then put the other pan in a low position and tent pairs of bread slices on it, 400 degrees at 5 mins for light toast
I'll have to try that in our current air fryer.
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